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Women's History Month Podcast Feature #3

The third and final feature in JWA’s Women’s History Month podcast series, Jewish Women and Political Leadership, is now live! Listen to four political activists reflect on their journeys in shaking up the political “boy’s club” and tipping the gender scales -- from confronting miniscule quotas for women in law school, to pushing women’s health legislation in Congress, to becoming the first Jewish woman elected to the Maryland State Senate.

Be sure to check out our other two Women's History Month podcast features on social activism and religious innovation (if you haven't checked them out already).

How to cite this page

Namerow, Jordan. "Women's History Month Podcast Feature #3." 26 March 2009. Jewish Women's Archive. (Viewed on December 17, 2014) <http://jwa.org/blog/third-womens-history-month-podcast>.

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